17 Burst results for "Marty Miller"

"marty miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:03 min | 8 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Neighbor, State farm is there now from the Smithville Broadcast center. This is Hoosier pregame hears the voice of the Hoosiers. Dawn Fisher from the Donald Old Soccer Center on the campus of Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida This is IU basketball this evening. The Hoosiers go after win Number four in this young season as they face the Seminoles of Florida State in the 22nd annual Big 10 a CC challenge. I don't get everybody. This is Don Fisher along with Eric Sewer and Joe Smith. We're going to get us back in action tonight. After a week off from their third place finish in the Maui Invitational last week, The Hoosiers played three really good teams and beating Providence, losing to Texas and then whipping Stanford toe up their record 23 and one and that included an easy 30 point season opening win over Tennessee Tech. Two weeks ago. South more trace Jackson Davis career High 31 Point night against the cardinal propelled him to his first Big 10 Player of the week, honor after being nicknamed League freshman of the week five times last year, and I should have said one week ago because that's when he scored those 31 points We could go tonight. Meantime, Florida State had their opening game against Gardner Webb postponed because of covert 19th concerns, and they played their first and on Lee game today in disposing North Florida. 86 the 58 last Wednesday. The Seminoles won the A C C championship last year, and they were turned three starters, several key reserves and they're joined by one of the best freshman in the country in 69 Point guard Scottie Barnes. 19th year. Head coach Leonard Hamilton has his squad rank 20th and 21st in this week's national polls. Well, Eric story you've had a week to digest what you saw from Indiana, the Maui Invitational. What did you see that you liked and what might concern you in this early part of the year? Well, I think looking at the games Donny when Trace Jackson Davis is playing well, this Indiana team is really tough to beat. The offense runs through the big man T. J D when he is cooking, man. Good things happen for this offense. So you really like the way not only the way he played, but his teammates played off of him. I thought two of the three games in the Maui, Indiana offensively looked very good in the defense was very good as well. Now on the other end The thing that I'm still worried about. A concern for this Indiana team is when trace Jackson Davis isn't playing well or when teams come and double team does Indiana have that second score that second option that they can rely on to be their night in And night out. I think that's going to be really important as they continue to play. Very good defense is especially in big 10 play that Indiana have it that second punch or that go to guy. When Tracy Jackson Davis, he's taken out of game or not playing his best. Well, Al Durham, you might say would be maybe one of those guys that could pick up that slack a little bit. But al door and probably will not. If he does play tonight, will be limited amounts because he or an injured the ankle in the Texas ball game and did not play against effort. Yeah, And that's gonna be big for Indiana. I think Alison experienced guy good shooter for this Indiana team and somebody with the ball in his hand that you can really lean on and trust that he'll take care of the basketball in Florida State's a team don, long and athletic, but they really like defensively, get out in passing lanes Coach Leonard Hamilton that's been a staple of this Florida state defense. Get out in pressure the basketball but also have the off defenders. We excite defenders get out and deny the wing and for Indiana's backcourt of Al Can't go tonight. They've really got to take care of the basketball. Florida State loves to beat you by Tony over and then getting out and running, getting fast break points and just making it an up tempo game when Indiana struggled against Texas. Texas. The backcourt really got up in the Indiana and the Hoosiers just could not run their half court stuff like you'd like to see. Coach Marty Miller talked about it. How do we respond when teams get physical with us out beyond the three point line? I think he was disappointed with the way Indiana's offense executed against the aggressive Texas defense. I think you're gonna see a lot of that here tonight against Florida State for State's gonna get out in passing lanes. Try to make this backcourt feeling uncomfortable and without out German there These other guys in the back court for Indiana have gotta have a really good game. Florida State does not lose many games home. There's 66 3 over the last 69 Games, winners of 24 straight at home. It's gonna be a big test here today for this Indiana team, not just the backcourt, but all five guys, whoever's out on the court. It's really got to be locked in at both ends of the court. Yeah, there's no question about that. Florida State, however, has only played one game. And that was against North Alabama last Wednesday. They haven't played since then. Prior to that they were supposed to play Gardner Webb. It got postponed because of the co bits issue, but that said, they don't have the same experience level at this point in the season as Indiana does, that might be a big advantage. I think I agree with you there. I think having those three games and not in my alley, but in the Maui Invitational, I think is absolutely huge. For Indiana, you can start to develop an identity. Kind of know what your team's going to do, especially playing on the road against a good Florida state team. Having that experience under your belt, I think gonna be very important for this Indian team. Portions of this Indiana team are young. So to have those games under your belt, I think is gonna be really important for Coach Miller and his staff and for Florida State with Scottie Barnes is the really counted 6 ft nine freshmen. The point guard for Florida State is only be his second college game. And as a freshman playing against good teams. It's an eye opener, and we'll see here tonight. A Scottie Bonds is good enough to play against Indiana's defense because we need to talk about that. Indiana could play some defense gonna have to play great defense on the road in the Big 10 a CC challenge If Indiana wants a chance to win well, the HCC challenge right now is Indiana or the Big 10. I should say, leading it 6 to 1 the first seven games last night, all went the Big ten's favor. With the exception the produce Boilermakers. We should have a 20 point lead at halftime and let it get away from him. So there's no doubt the big 10 is really off to a great start. And.

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"marty miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For a shot in the arm from vaccines, the benefit could be limited. Many retail clinics they're holding immunizations outside, making McCarty carino for marketplace. Here's something you ought to Due tomorrow morning. Listen to the marketplace morning reports. Every bond catcher in the game. It gets out of bed real early to get you ready for your economic Here is your periodic reminder that we're still in a trade war China, Of course, the European Union Canada as well. Lots of tariffs. Trump Administration will tell you it's trying to get more companies to make stuff here. Marta Miller has been doing that since well before the Trump administration. She is the co founder and CEO of Lefty production company based here in Los Angeles. And it helps fashion brands and designers turned their ideas into sellable clothes. Yes, an American manufacturing company. One that, like so many others had to adjust this year, Miss Miller, Welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. So there you are in February march of this year doing your thing, And then the pandemic starts rolling across the globe. What does that do to lefty production company? It was the craziest times when I mean, every every time I open. My computer was like, Let's put a halt on that, you know, get my deposit back. We don't want this stuff anymore. So Also, we ultimately so and manufacture and social distancing is pretty tough. And so while all these orders were kind of canceling I remember watching the news and New York was say we need masks. We need math and My husband and I started getting on the phone and trying to figure out like, all right, we could like weaken. So like, you know, like, so we started beginning to create the math. The thing is, though, you're making stuff in l A. But you now have relocated your family to Texas. Sir, You're running this company remotely. Completely. Yeah. Talk to me about the CEO challenges their boss. It's funny. I and the mom of two and I would say my 2019. Largest conversation that my husband I had wass How do we get me out of the day to day? I think every single member of my team would tell you that the company runs so much better with me a little bit from it. It's just been The biggest cove. It's silver lining. So let me let me ask you to pull back for a minute, right? Because you're you're down in the weeds of American manufacturing, and I'd love your Perspective, I guess on how you see this having changed or changing American manufacturing, because you know you're a good example. Right? You pivoted, and now you're doing this thing and you've moved in the company is still thriving. You know? We've been seeing this need for American manufacturing to come back for a while now, mainly because Retail has changed, and you know it's easier to go overseas when you're producing 5 10,000 units of something when you want to make 500 units of something being overseas. Just doesn't really make sense anymore with the carrot, and I mean, it just stopped the dollar stop working for you when we have Barney's going bankrupt when we have these big stores, not placing as large volume and his large inventory, then all of a sudden, the brands don't need to place that amount of inventory with their factory anymore. And what we're really seeing with Cove. It is this emergence of smaller, more unique brand and the amazing part of social media where you know people love to buy a jogger from the girl that's tied. I ng out of her garage. So are you seeing that? I mean, instead of getting the 50 or 500,000? Yes Or you're seeing the $5000 order from this woman who wants to make a jogger or from a guy who wants to make sure it's or whatever it's not if I thought another order. I mean, I have some client. Fans. You know they might have 56 700,000 followers, but it's not like they just have followers. They haven't engaged following those people want to respond to inventory they wantto say. Hey, guys, vote Do you want blue or pink? You know now, everybody like the blue. We want to go ahead and make 1000 and so This need Thio not have so much inventory, I think is really going to drive American manufacturing. All right, So last thing, and then I'll let you get off the phone. How much of this do you think is permanent? Because obviously the economy is changing. We don't know what it's going to be like in six months or a year. What's your guess? I have to say I was a little disheartened by the hospital. To be completely honest. You know, at the beginning, a lot of the hospitals were like, Oh, my gosh. Like why haven't we been doing American manufacturing? It's so nice being able to develop something in our backyard and The second China came back online. That story has changed a little bit. So do I feel like okay, I wanna set in. We're going to be making millions and millions of masks and gowns in America anymore. I don't know that that's staying, but I do feel like the fashion and clothing is definitely going to start making a big comeback to America. Marty Miller. She's the CEO and co founder of Lefty Production company, Marta. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. I enjoyed it. You.

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"marty miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Vaccines, the benefit could be limited. Many retail clinics are holding immunizations outside. I'm making McCarty carino for marketplace. Here's something you ought to do tomorrow morning. Listen to the marketplace. Morning report. They were bond catcher on the gang that gets out of bed really early to get you ready for your economic day. Here is your periodic reminder that we're still in a trade war China, Of course, the European Union Canada as well. Lots of tariffs. Trump Administration will tell you it's trying to get more companies to make stuff here. Marta Miller has been doing that since well before the Trump administration. She is the co founder and CEO of Lefty production company is based here in Los Angeles. And it helps fashion brands and designers turn their ideas into sellable clothes. Yes, an American manufacturing company. One that, like so many others had to adjust this year, Miss Miller, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. So there you are in February march of this year doing your thing, And then the pandemic starts rolling across the globe. What does that do to lefty production company? It was the craziest time And when I mean every every time I open, my computer was like, let's put a halt on that, you know, can't get my deposit back. We don't want this stuff anymore. So Also, we ultimately so and manufacture and social distancing is pretty tough. And so while all these orders were kind of canceling I remember watching the news and New York was saying, we need masks. We need masks on and My husband and I started getting on the phone and trying to figure out like, all right, we can sit like weaken. So like, you know, like, so we started just beginning to create the math. The thing is, though, you're making stuff in Ella. But you now have relocated your family to Texas. Sir, You're running this company remotely. Completely. Yeah. Talk to me about the CEO challenges their boss. It's funny, I I'm the mom of two and I would say my 2019. Largest conversation that my husband I had wass How do we get me out of the day to day? I think every single member of my team would tell you that the company runs so much better with me a little bit from it. It's just been The biggest Covad silver lining. So let me let me ask you to pull back for a minute, right? Because you're you're down in the weeds of American manufacturing, And I'd love your Perspective, I guess on How you see this having changed or changing American manufacturing? Because you know you're a good example. Right? Yuji pivoted, and now you're doing this thing and you've moved in the company is still thriving. You know? We've been seeing this need for American manufacturing to come back for a while now, mainly because Retail has changed, and you know it's easier to go overseas when you're producing 5 10,000 units of sound thing when you want to make 500 units of something being overseas. Just doesn't really make sense anymore with the tariff, and I mean it just stopped the dollar stop working for you when we have Barney's going bankrupt when we have these big stores, not placing as large of volume and his large inventory, then all of a sudden the brands don't need to place that amount of Inventory with their factory anymore and what we're really seeing with Cove. It is this emergence of smaller, more unique brands and the amazing part of social media, where You know, people love to buy a jogger from the girl that's tied. I ng out of burglarize. So are you seeing that? I mean, instead of getting the 50 or 500,000 s? So you're saying the $5000 order from this woman who wants to make a jogger or from a guy who wants to make sure it's or whatever. It's not a $5000 order. I mean, I have some clients, you know they might have 56 700,000 followers, but it's not like they just have followers. They haven't engaged following those people want to respond to inventory they wantto say. Hey, guys, vote Do you want blue or pink? You know now, everybody like the blue. We want to go ahead and make 1000 and so This need Thio not have so much inventory, I think is really going to drive American manufacturing. All right, So last thing, and then I'll let you get off the phone. How much of this do you think is permanent? Because obviously the economy is changing. We don't know what it's going to be like in six months or a year. What's your guess? I have to say I was a little disheartened by the hospital. To be completely honest. You know, at the beginning, a lot of the hospitals were like, Oh, my gosh. Like why haven't we been doing American manufacturing? It's so nice being able to develop something in our backyard and The second China came back online. That story has changed a little bit. So do I feel like, okay, I wanna set in. We're going to be making millions and millions of masks and gowns in America anymore. I don't know that that's staying, but I do feel like the fashion and clothing is definitely going to start making a big comeback to America. Marty Miller. She's the CEO and co founder of Lefty Production company, Marta. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. I enjoyed it. Things. You wanna have a green economy? You're.

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"marty miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here is your periodic reminder that we're still in a trade war China, Of course, the European Union Canada as well. Lots of tariffs. Trump Administration will tell you it's trying to get more companies to make stuff here. Marta Miller has been doing that since well before the Trump administration. She is the co founder and CEO of Lefty production company is based here in Los Angeles. And it helps fashion brands and designers turn their ideas into sellable clothes. Yes, an American manufacturing company, but one that like so many others had to adjust this year, Miss Miller, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. So there you are in February march of this year doing your thing, And then the pandemic starts rolling across the globe. What does that do to lefty production company? It was the craziest times when I mean, every every time I open. My computer was like, Let's put a halt on that, you know, get my deposit back. We don't want this stuff anymore. So Also, we ultimately so and manufacture and social distancing is pretty tough. And so while all these orders were kind of canceling I remember watching the news and New York was saying, we need masks. We need math and My husband and I started getting on the phone and trying to figure out like, all right, we can like weaken. So like, you know, like, so we started beginning to create the math. The thing is, though, you're making stuff in l A. But you now have relocated your family to Texas. Sir, You're running this company remotely. Completely. Yeah. Talk to me about the CEO challenges their boss. It's funny, I I'm a mom of two and I would say my 2019. Largest conversation that my husband I had wass How do we get me out of the day to day? I think every single member of my team would tell you that the company runs so much better with me a little bit from it. It's just been The biggest Covad silver lining. So let me let me ask you to pull back for a minute, right? Because you're you're down in the weeds of American manufacturing, And I'd love your Perspective, I guess on How you see this having changed or changing American manufacturing? Because you know you're a good example. Right? Eugenia pivoted, and now you're doing this thing and you've moved in the company's still thriving. You know? We've been seeing this need for American manufacturing to come back for a while now, mainly because Retail has changed, and you know it's easier to go overseas when you're producing 5 10,000 units of something when you want to make 500 units of something being overseas. Just doesn't really make sense anymore with the tariff, and I mean it just stopped the dollar stop working for you when we have Barney's going bankrupt when we have these big stores, not placing as large volume and his large inventory, then all of a sudden, the brands don't need to place that amount of inventory with their factory anymore. And what we're really seeing with Cove. It is this emergence of smaller, more unique brands and the amazing part of social media where you know people love to buy a jogger from the girl that's tied, eyeing it out of her garage. So are you seeing that? I mean, instead of getting the 50 or 500? Yes. So you're seeing the $5000 order from this woman who wants to make a jogger or from a guy who wants to make sure it's or whatever. It's not a $5 order. I mean, I have some Science. You know they might have 56 700,000 followers, but it's not like they just have followers. They haven't engaged following those people want to respond to inventory they wantto say. Hey, guys, vote Do you want blue or pink? You know now, everybody like the blue. We want to go ahead and make 1000 and so This need Thio not have so much inventory, I think is really going to drive American manufacturing. Alright, It's the last thing and then I'll let you get off the phone. How much of this do you think is permanent? Because obviously the economy is changing. We don't know what it's going to be like in six months or a year. What's your guess? I have to say I was a little disheartened by the hospitals to be completely honest. You know, at the beginning, a lot of the hospitals were like, Oh, my gosh. Like why haven't we been doing American manufacturing? It's so nice being able to develop something in our backyard and The second China came back online. That story has changed a little bit. So do I feel like okay, I wanna set in. We're going to be making millions and millions of masks and gowns in America anymore. I don't know that that's staying, but I do feel like the fashion and clothing is definitely going to start making a big comeback to America. Marty Miller. She's the CEO and co founder of Lefty Production company, Marta. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. I enjoyed it. You wanna have a green economy, You're going to need.

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"marty miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Course, the European Union Canada as well. Lots of tariffs. Trump Administration will tell you it's trying to get more companies to make stuff here. Marta Miller has been doing that since well before the Trump administration. She is the co founder and CEO of Lefty production comedy is based here in Los Angeles. And it helps fashion brands and designers turned their ideas into sellable clothes. Yes, an American manufacturing company. One that, like so many others had to adjust this year, Miss Miller, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. Um so there you are, in February march of this year doing your thing, And then the pandemic starts rolling across the globe. What does that do to lift a production company? It was the craziest times when I mean, every every time I open, my computer was like, Let's put a halt on that, you know, can get my deposit back. We don't want this stuff anymore. So Also, we ultimately so and manufacture and social distancing is pretty tough. And so while all these orders were kind of canceling I remember watching the news and New York was saying, we need masks. We need masks on and My husband and I started getting on the phone and trying to figure out like, all right, we can sit like weaken. So like, you know, like, so we started just beginning to create the math. The thing is, though, you're making stuff in Ella. But you now have relocated your family to Texas. Sir, You're running this company remotely. Completely. Yeah. Talk to me about the CEO challenges their boss. It's funny, I I'm the mom of two and I would say my 2019. Largest conversation that my husband and I had wass. How do we get me out of the day to day? I think every single member of my team would tell you that the company runs so much better with me a little bit from it. It's just been The biggest Covad silver lining. So let me let me ask you to pull back for a minute, right? Because you're you're down in the weeds of American manufacturing, And I'd love your Perspective, I guess on How you see this having changed or changing American manufacturing? Because you know you're a good example. Right? Yuji pivoted, and now you're doing this thing and you've moved and the company is still thriving. You know? We've been seeing this need for American manufacturing to come back for a while now, mainly because Retail has changed, and you know it's easier to go overseas. When you're producing 5 10,000 units have found thing when you want to make 500 units of something being overseas. Just doesn't really make sense anymore with the tariff, and I mean it just stops the dollar stop working for you when we have Barney's going bankrupt when we have these big stores, not placing as large of volume and his large inventory, then all of a sudden the brands don't need to place that amount of Inventory with their factory anymore and what we're really seeing with Cove. It is this emergence of smaller, more unique brand and the amazing part of social media where You know, people love to buy a jogger from the girl that's tied. I ng out of her eyes. So are you seeing that? I mean, instead of getting the 50 or 500,000? Yes Or you're seeing the $5000 order from this woman who wants to make a jogger or from a guy who wants to make sure it's or whatever. It's not a $5000 order. I mean, I have some clients, you know they might have 56 700,000 followers, but it's not like they just have followers. They haven't engaged following those people want to respond to inventory they wantto say. Hey, guys, vote Do you want blue or pink? You know now, everybody like the blue. We want to go ahead and make 1000 and so This need Thio not have so much inventory, I think is really going to drive American manufacturing. All right, So last thing, and then I'll let you get off the phone. How much of this do you think is permanent? Because obviously the economy is changing. We don't know what it's going to be like in six months or a year. What's your guess? I have to say I was a little disheartened by the hospital. To be completely honest. You know, at the beginning, a lot of the hospitals were like, Oh, my gosh. Like why haven't we been doing American manufacturing? It's so nice being able to develop something in our backyard and The second China came back online. That story has changed a little bit. So do I feel like okay, I wanna set in. We're going to be making millions and millions of masks and gowns in America anymore. I don't know that that's staying, but I do feel like fashion and clothing is definitely going to start making a big comeback to America. Marty Miller. She's the CEO and co founder of Lefty Production company, Marta. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. I enjoyed it. You wanna have a green economy? You're going to need certain.

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"marty miller" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on KCRW

"Here is your periodic reminder that we're still in a trade war China, Of course, the European Union Canada as well. Lots of tariffs. The Trump Administration will tell you it's trying to get more companies to make stuff here. Marta Miller has been doing that since well before the Trump administration. She is the co founder and CEO of Lefty production company is based here in Los Angeles. And it helps fashion brands and designers turned their ideas into sellable clothes. Yes, an American manufacturing company. One that, like so many others had to adjust this year, Miss Miller, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. So there you are in February march of this year doing your thing, And then the pandemic starts rolling across the globe. What does that do to lefty production company? It was the craziest times it was. I mean, every every time I open, my computer was like, let's put a halt on that. You know, I get my deposit back. We don't want this stuff anymore. So Also, we ultimately so and manufacture and social distancing is pretty tough. And so while all these orders were kind of canceling I remember watching the news and New York was saying, we need masks. We need masks and My husband and I started getting on the phone and trying to figure out like, all right, we can like weaken. So like, you know, like, so we started just beginning to create the math. The thing is, though, you're making stuff in l A. But you now have relocated your family to Texas. Sir, You're running this company remotely. Completely. Yeah. Talk to me about the CEO challenges their boss. It's funny. I on the mom of two and I would say my 2019. Largest conversation that my husband and I had wass. How do we get me out of the day to day? I think every single member of my team would tell you that the company runs so much better with me A little from it. It's just been The biggest Covad silver lining. So let me let me ask you to pull back for a minute, right? Because you're you're down in the weeds of American manufacturing, And I'd love your Perspective, I guess on How you see this having changed or changing American manufacturing? Because you know you're a good example. Right? Yuji pivoted, and now you're doing this thing and you've moved and the company is still thriving. You know? We've been seeing this need for American manufacturing to come back for a while now, mainly because Retail has changed, and you know it's easier to go overseas when you're producing 5 10,000 units of sound thing when you want to make 500 units of something being overseas. Just doesn't really make sense anymore with the tariff, and I mean it just stops the dollar stop working for you when we have Barney's going bankrupt when we have these big stores, not placing as large of volume and his large inventory, then all of a sudden the brands don't need to place that amount of Inventory with their factory anymore and what we're really seeing with Cove. It is this emergence of smaller, more unique brands and the amazing part of social media, where You know, people love to buy a jogger from the girl that's tied, dying out of hunger rise. So are you seeing that? I mean, instead of getting the 50 or 500,000? Yes Or you're seeing the $5000 order from this woman who wants to make a jogger or from a guy who wants to make sure it's or whatever. It's not a $5000 order. I mean, I have some clients, you know they might have 56 700,000 followers, but it's not like they just have followers. They haven't engaged following those people want to respond to inventory they wantto say. Hey, guys, vote Do you want blue or pink? You know now, everybody like the blue. We want to go ahead and make 1000 and so This need Thio not have so much inventory, I think is really going to drive American manufacturing. All right, So last thing, and then I'll let you get off the phone. How much of this do you think is permanent? Because obviously the economy is changing. We don't know what it's going to be like in six months or a year. What's your guess? I have to say I was a little disheartened by the hospital. To be completely honest. You know, at the beginning, a lot of the hospitals were like, Oh, my gosh. Like why haven't we been doing American manufacturing? It's so nice being able to develop something in our backyard and The second China came back online. That story has changed a little bit. So do I feel like, okay all in a sudden, and we're going to be making millions and millions of masks and gowns in America anymore. I don't know that that's staying, but I do feel like the fashion and clothing is definitely going to start making a big comeback to America. Marty Miller. She's the CEO and co founder of Lefty Production company, Marta. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much. I enjoyed it. You wanna have a green economy? You're going.

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"marty miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"marty miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Shoe also audible to a pitch on the short side on a third and five, and then he was sacked on the next play ending a shot at making the game close at halftime? I always wonder. Why anyone ever runs? To the short side especially in college football. It is a phone booth on the short side filled with dudes by the way the picture and time. Magazine Saint Mary's College. Gives me nightmares though I hate it. Cam Robinson the left tackle thrown out of the game. Made. contact. With an official. The rookie corner CJ Henderson was on the wrong end of one of four pass interference calls. Against the. jags and he also failed to touch. SEAVER Jaquim grant. After grant went down after making a diving catch, he jumped up ran for an extra ten yards. Then adding insult to injury the jags probably lost linebacker Leeann. Jake was for the season as he got carted off in the opening drive like a bad right knee injury. There by then really fitzpatrick was in control. You know and and Jacksonville of what they do is they allow touchdowns on the the opening drive and. MARRONE. Maroney. Doug Marrone said we've got to do a better job of executing early on. There are a lot of people who were surprised. At we would have. Doug marrone. Even, having his job. At this point Shod Kahn or Shaheed Khan. decided to stick with him. The Rookie Brandon Right. The jags rookie made his NFL debut. and. Joining a small list of. Lack place kickers in the league and if you think about it. Gene MINGO COOKIE GILCHRIST Donald Igwe Week.' al-Baidh Hariri. Cedric Oglesby and Justin medlock. and. He missed an extra point and then he injured his groin. Early. Work out right there. and then Jake Safety Andrew Win Guard was ruled out at halftime because he had an injury and he was already filling in for the starter, Jared Wilson. WHO'S ON IRR? And then it just like will what's gone right? What's gone wrong? The one thing that I think that if you are the Jags and you say, is there a? Is there a bright spot? In. This line of right now is anybody. Anything going on. They do. Have A. UNDRAFTED free agent running. Back. Who is playing very well, and that's the thing that you really you know as you look for any type of rights spots whatsoever. And that rookie His name James Robson. James Robinson is a guy who If you think about, how did he get through the the draft because he has the most yards from scrimmage on drafted rookie in NFL history so far? Three, hundred and thirty nine. And they had faith in him. After they got rid of Leonard Fournette. This was a guy who when he was at Illinois. State round you talk about fours he ran for four hundred, four, thousand, four, hundred, and forty, four yards and forty four touchdowns. Hope. He was number forty four. He finished with over five thousand yards all second in school history but apparently Marty Miller who's a scout his wife Had A hunch. said go with him. I think it's not fair to Mardi Miller's wife that we don't know her name. It's like at Wimbledon when it said Mrs J amyloid and it was Chris Evert but the scoreboard said Mrs. J. M Lloyd Americans are like her name's Chris Evert. What does this stuff? Look the guys is producing and this happens every time. You know some guy will be gem in the rough and right now Robinson, is currently second in the NFL with rushing and five yards a game as well. and. This is a guy who's making twenty thousand dollars guaranteed. He plays the whole season he'll make. Six hundred and ten thousand dollars, which is good. The minimum there. Let. you every you gotta you gotTa. Look for something bright right now..

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"marty miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Right now, Sandy Hook, a steamy 77 kid May point and Hamilton 74 New Jersey's first news, 50 to Governor, Murphy is threatening to shut it all down again. Jersey shore bars. Based on the scenes from over the weekend of young people standing impact lines, waiting to get in a few with face coverings. No social distancing. The governor says he's going to give everyone the chance to do the right thing this weekend. But if they don't You could move to shut places down to protect the public health. So, folks, this is not a game standing around massless in a crowd outside a bar is just a big knucklehead move is standing around massless. Inside one. Murphy, blamed of some of those bars responsible for the lines added, By the time these patrons would have gotten in the virus could have easily spread just through the line itself to people have been charged for throwing separate parties charges that drew hundreds of people in the IRA governor Murphy police arrived at the party now Pine on August 1st, they found some 3 to 400 people, most of them not wearing face masks or being socially distant. Touche night of Newark is facing several related offenses, including recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury and violating The state's executive orders a property and Alpine was the site of another large party on July 5th. It was also the source of several noise complaints, police and howl of charged 37 year old Ronald Chapman, who hosted a party in the Ram town section on Sunday afternoon. That drew roughly 500 people. Chad Robertson, New Jersey one on 1.5 new and We're also learning another party host facing charges in Camden County. Police say they warn 31 year old Geoffrey Davis. Not the hold a big pool party being promoted on social media. He did it anyway, charging up to 250 people to get into his Gloucester township home and j dot com reports Davis and promoter Marty Miller. Been charged with violating the governor's orders. Tom A. New Jersey's first news 503 Traffic.

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"marty miller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ted Cruz is our guest senator I have I have to I have a question for you unrelated to what we were supposed to talk about based on a conversation just happened in the whole roof in the hallway so you know how you have cloakroom conversations with with you know Tom cotton and and rand Paul I have conversations with former NFL quarterback Sean Salisbury and I want to ask you a question based on that you ready right but you think you had on because I know you are a student of the game so Southbury played Minnesota star quarterback USA as he knows I'm a Dan Fouts fan San Diego Chargers quarterback as is he but I said who was the best under center quarterback non not shot gun understood our quarterback drop back passer that you ever saw on a football field with your own two eyes in he the quarterback he told me surprisingly never played in the Shaka who do you think that was I think eighties nineties no quote you got me Joe Montana and he said he would put Montana is one of the greatest quarterbacks ever I just remember connecting Jerry rice ridiculously young vital people did they not play in the second he said you will never find video of Joe Montana in San Fran which makes me think maybe in Kansas city he did because Shawn's a student of the game is and you will never find video of Joe Montana in the shot gun in a forty Niners uniform I said and you know what now that you mention it he was a drop back passer thank a farmer always in the shot gun you think Joe Montana always drop how are you I'm doing great you know the best quarterback I ever saw playing persons did not do much in the NFL either but was benched young in the Texas USC that two thousand to two thousand six that two thousand six I was watching on you to do so much good stuff on YouTube and it was best college performances of all ten best cough performs as well yeah and I kept thinking how you're not gonna have been shown how you not only got higher higher higher higher number one Vince young what what what it I'll tell you something that your laptop that was the first football game Heidi had ever been to in our life she's a California girl was not raised on football and and we went out on a broader we were with a couple other couples to the game and you know hiding from California she has close friends that live in Pasadena and and and she said she was going to where you actually read and then holder I since I've had sleep heart I love you we're gonna throw you out of the truck but like like that is not acceptable and it may be in and now what nineteen years of marriage it may be the only argument I've ever wanted our marriage because she decided she didn't care all that much and I dressed her in burnt orange from head to toe and and you know he's in the middle of the game whatever she turns to me because that that that that young guy he's he's really good I'm like yeah he's our you know you're not that game was such a special moment I don't know if you remember but HMM fans Aggie fans of the biggest rivalry they have yes universitet sis and people they had shirts made where the psalm all forms they gave him back on in it was like you know oh wow if Texans are going to win this the if if it's we're gonna have a shot at this if we got a route for you I mean that was how you knew this was a serious moment what a good you know I was looking this weekend I I I I went off into a a Vince young trail now that you mention it and I think of him as having a terrible pro career he didn't live up to what people may have wanted he was rookie of the year I think he was a two time Pro Bowl he did his first three seasons for Tennessee were actually pretty solid so let me ask this question what the hell was Jim Carroll thinking leading regular horse yeah on the side what was Jim Carroll thinking leaving Reggie bush on the sidelines for the president for the last offense the play of the game for them for the fourth down well if you remember Pete Carroll had that big running back who he played in the pros I came in but he was he Reggie was the little guy number four and he had one Lorenzo why what was the guy's name it may have been something white I remember is a big guy yeah he he was he was probably two fifty he was kind of a he was kind of a lot L. Mitchell size Linda white it was Linda white and so you know it I don't know if if if they just if they just put you gotta think but but Pete Carroll was scared to death of give invention the ball again and and you see why I don't know how many times you've seen it but I have gone back and watched that they play it you know occasionally will be on SportsCenter and out wherever it is it's like a blues brothers one wherever he has I gotta go back watch the former were you at that game I was at that game we had great seats and I actually went the next year when was Texas Alabama rose and and that one I didn't want to go to friends who went and so I just said you know what if Texas wins again I'm not there I'll be here yeah so I got on a plane I flew out there I didn't take it that talk to hide in the morning again I was staying with her friend that lived about a mile the Rose Bowl do you like do you have tickets I said now I'm going to have to cash in my pocket I said I'm just gonna walk down upon a scalper buy ticket and if you walk down if you ever done that as you get closer and closer to kick off the balance of power here yeah and these scalpers look the that you know that this ticket was worth thousands of dollars in another half hour is going to be a piece of cardboard right and and so you know probably twenty minutes before kickoff I ended up buying just one ticket on the forty large yard lot about ten rows back and I put paid face value for and high he's like well what happens if you can't find a second I thought I could come pick it up at a sports bar to watch the cable TV that's not the end of the world but but I'm betting I will and I went in and it was the tickets were amazing because it was right before kickoff but there were literally Texas billionaires who were certain five and ten rows behind yeah they did not pay face value for tickets well that's a shame remember colt had a a stinger in his arm and his his dad took him into the locker room and he tried to throw an icy couldn't lift his arm up and by the next morning he could throw again and he's literally weeping and that that that kid comes in who's a freshman and actually starts off the game pretty strong was it Marty what was a kid's name well it's it's a a literate may like Marty Miller or whatever he was also a hold on just a second Senate senator Ted Cruz our guest thanks for like the Michael berry show traffic from the Papa Murphy's traffic center we may get you bake.

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"marty miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is a better experience for your hair is soft your skin is softer you've got to get a Connecticut if you're thinking about doing it but you're not ready to purchase they've got a great rental program ask them about this Connecticut will rate you their system but you're gonna wanna trust me when I say so they also let you tried out for ninety days free if you don't like your water they will take it back and no cost to you six five six your six five six P. U. R. E. that spells out six five six seventy eight seventy three or go online Connecticut S. A. dot com don't put up with hard water anymore don't take a chance with big money appliances failing because of it get a Connecticut today not all the news these days is good but not knowing is not an option that's why I turn on W. O. A. I. first thing in the morning to keep coming back all day we only see one real time he was radio twelve hundred WOAI just ahead of headlines traffic and weather together coming up after flash back the field trip a ball field trip happened then I'll explain the right now good luck to Randy Jill is smell what I have said that I had no prior knowledge it was February Monday and the electronic voting on the Watergate U. S. Attorney General John Mitchell and White House aides Haldeman and Ehrlichman are sentenced to eight years in prison for the Watergate scandals what I've said all along and it still is true on TV Marty Miller first season on NBC and sings stolen merchandise to throw a good look at it brand new in theaters perfect this makes its debut lastly strollers became number.

"marty miller" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Yes those are merely a means to an end. This is about getting you capable to do the things you care about in your life episode eighteen just dropped and we talk about nutritional supplements. Do we really need them. which are really even worthwhile and candidly? We're not selling any folks. Were just giving guidance in this show so find the true light show wherever you get podcasts. And let's get you functioning at a higher level a number of years ago just outside of Boston Massachusetts uses a mental institution which for its name was well advanced but even though this one was I I hit most in the country. Bay still had a done John downstairs were they put the ones for which there was no hope the hand little girl named any little Annie and Liliana had those tremendous mood swings one day he was kind and loving and gentle and another day. Hey became almost a little animal. And she was just absolutely impossible to predict they headed down in the dungeon. That was an elderly nurse. There who was nearing age of retirement and for whatever reason she started every day going down there and having our lunch just outside of the cage where little any was being housed and see when necessarily talk to her she might speak might say a few things but she was just there every day in our own way commuting her. You are a human being. I I do love you. I have an interest in you. One day he took some Brown is and put them just inside and little anti ignored them but the next next day she noticed that the Brown is were gone. The next Thursday she took some more Brown and the process goes on. Well the doctors there or notice that there was improvement in little anti they decided they would move up and put her in the treatment process later. Are they pronounced her. Will they said you can leave now. Yeah you're okay you could Fox and society I said No. You're not commit so much to me. It has given my life back. I would like to stick around for at least a few years and pay bag by doing some things for some other other people. Many many years later when Helen Keller received England's highest recognition for a foreigner Queen Victoria asked her to home on. What do you attribute your remarkable success in life with all of the handicaps? All of the thing you're done without any hesitation. Helen Keller said had it not been for and Sullivan Yvonne. Little Annie. This would not have happened in relationship building. You get never know how far it's going to go. Well Tom the message from Your Father Zig there about Helen Keller Curse is tremendous. I think most people who have listened to this show who have listened to or read from from Zig from you know I know about his wall of fame which I got to see in man- whatever year that was not thinking it might be two thousand twelve or so something like like that. Maybe maybe it wasn't. Maybe it was that long ago to fourteen. When does he pass away? What Year two thousand twelve? I think you came to the offices around two thousand on ten. Maybe so okay maybe and I. I saw that. It was different offices in what you guys have now but you walk in and boom right there on the left is the wall affair. That's where we stopped I. I was with Chuck Bowen. and Dave Munson and we came to see you and your dad and saw that welfare was how many people were on their listed on there. The Wall of gratitude I think has twenty six or twenty eight. Obviously just the powerful message. The people who made an impact in his life and I thought I. I've never gone to that length. I should think about the people who made an impact in my life and some of those asked that question here and you hear a lot about long-term stuff. There were some people that had a significant impact on my life that was not it a long term a long term relationship surly. It wasn't a decade of time that they spent with me walking with me. It might've been a year three years. There's some people who were just a part of my life for a relatively short period. Time made a big impact that I would put on that wall because they changed the trajectory of my life. That's that's one where it I think if we take take into account who has impacted that would expound on that and the question here but as we all think about this may be one of the best things that we can get out of this as a stop and think about who made a positive impact on my life though my concern with that is that people will ask that question themselves and realize they have not had any and that's a difficult place to be in a new seen people in that place. It's hard not to be sad and a bit bitter about that reality. Yeah you know I look at my own life and cash. There were people who had a profound impact on my life. Maybe even just for a moment moment right just that one idea that one thought. I think one of the things that the dad did that was different is he basically. He created a gratitude list and started thinking of all the people who made an impact of his life. And that's how the wall of gratitude really really really kicked off and he was like the big thing recommended everybody to do that. Always smile when I say it but he would say yeah you know if you ever see Turtle on a fence post you know it had helped church in and that's that's where that comes from. You know something else. That's interesting is a lot of times when we're getting the help We don't even realize it and sometimes like like dad later in his life he would he would talk about the the wall of gratitude when people would come in and then even say I didn't even like two of those people up there but that's an interesting. That's an inch. Well you know what a keep that in mind because one of the ones we're GONNA get to probably really not along those lines but that's one where I'm sure. Somebody had a positive impact even though it wasn't his favorite person but we have a really harsh look at that at that aspect here coming up. Let's just dive into some. It'll bring up. I think some good points Marty Miller creed. Well that Miller in there air is. That's my aunt and she said my sister olive is you had the biggest impact on her which is interesting because my guesses. This is her sister olive my aunt all of boy. She's been passed away for twenty years or more. I think this a long time ago but Marty says she was my mentor mentor. A beautiful example of a Godly woman. Even when battling cancer she encouraged others and always pointed them to Christ She shared her life. And I ask how specifically did she mentor mentor you. She shared her life experiences with me so I could learn from her. She provided guidance motivation and most of All unconditional love. That's a family member. How many people have a spouse or a family member again? I'm afraid there's a lot that don't but some that that I do But sharing life and we hear that Tom I hear that especially. In relation to parents the value of when the apparent I think authentically and with humility shares their life with their child the power of that. I got to see that I was an only child for the first or seven years of my life and then even as time went on you know so even into my tens and beyond my my brothers sisters were very young so I still got. My parents adult attention more they were they were so one of my biggest places of gratitude with them as they let me be privy to their conversations to their conversations with other adults but even my mom and dad just the issues that they were going through and I was well aware of the the successes and the trials I knew when finances were bad I knew when they had to sell stuff whether it was a house or a car or whatever just to not go bankrupt I knew that and I anew and things were well and they share those remember mom crying you know when this was hard I remember dad being stressed and being worked on and I'm so grateful they did not shield me from that that they shared their life experience it made trial and risk and things like that for me I voted I got I got faith handed to on a silver platter and so it was no big deal to go out and try something and fail we talk about that so long but most of us have never witnessed that our parents either didn't try much or they shielded us. I thought they were doing good. I taken that into my life to our main. I don't my kids know what's going on and for better and worse but I think mostly mostly it's for better sharing the life experience and I know you get to do that. Not only with your family Tom. But with a lot of people the folks that you coach consult speak to and That probably teaches as much as our message. When you think absolutely I was I'm working with a couple in in legacy coaching right now. All in the the the the man is very very successful. And so we were Kinda digging in and it was one of the first sessions that we we had and I said well you know what is it that gives you this grit this resiliency. 'cause he's that's a family that word. They've claimed his resilience you as you know. And he said well when I was growing up My Dad's just been a fantastic role model and business owner and he came across a really hard time and some things went against them and they ended up basically having to start over and he says they you are packing up the house. They've sold the house. They got one car left. They're moving out and he's any says something like Dad. What are we going to do now? And he said he said my dad looked at me and he said son this is what I know. They're trillions of dollars of business out there and we've just got to go get a little piece of that we're going to be okay and it shaped his whole life. It's like regardless of the obstacle or the the situation. He knows that if he is resilient if he's got the grit right if he just keeps that thing and to me. That's like like a that's A. That's a turning point moment for anybody in a family because life is real and it's not all you know it's not all you know great stuff happened all all the time and his dad could have sent any message at that point. Yeah right but that was the one that he said. And that's what shaped that family. Just an amazing mazing story and I think that obviously it matters what your spirit is along with that. And that's what I that's what influenced me the most I I think is even I got to see these hardships going and not that. It didn't stress them out. They weren't Pollyanna or just on the rock of faith the whole time but at the end of the day. We're going to have dinner..

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"marty miller" Discussed on After the Bell

After the Bell

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on After the Bell

"So many people want to be here or when they do get here. Don't WANNA leave. We'll ask you to that particular point. Recently it to Moscow. Champa went on the record. Something that effective. He'd never wants to leave next and I I think he threatened to retire. He was center are smackdown. Is there any truth to that. A and B. How cool is it to have that sort of loyalty from the troops within? I think there's a part of Java uh-huh it comes down to wear and tear physicality of in his current place physically right. Could he handle the schedule. Could could he handle the grind and the wear and tear and everything else of a full run non-royal or smackdown right. It's a different than that's different beasts. And even though that schedule schedule has now dropped in has become much more manageable especially if you have a family and everything else but for him he probably looks at it and says look if I was on the main roster I run. That's this long if I was on an xt with a lesson schedule. And I and much more manageable. I have a run. That's this long. He'd rather do this for a long period of time and then transitioned into doing all the other stuff that he loves like He. I tell you when the time is right. He'll be a phenomenal coach. You'll be a phenomenal backstage stage producer. We're we're letting him get experienced and that now he goes to evolve right now and You know he'll go there and he'll sign autographs or whatever but then during the day. He's a producer he he goes and he pulls the role that that we do right. He goes there and he's passing on that knowledge to those kids and he's a producer and an agent there and help them with their shows does everything else Elsa when they're producing the television event or the digital. Whatever it is that that night he's helping with that? He's he's picking up the things that we're teaching him and he's put it someplace else and that's GonNa Translate long-term and his career to I. Don't think a lot of people realized that the performance center is is really integral is essential in that sort the formation not only of entering talent but all aspects if it worked for having the voice over room when I got hurt and shutdown. I wouldn't become a commentator. 'cause I wouldn't know where to practice but I also it was in the computer room learning how to produce the entrance music and just files and different things. I remember running music live events and it was just all these other opportunities that were afforded to me. Just because it's all truly encompassing. I don't think a lot of people realize that even within the wwe behind the scenes right there. So we've hired camera guys from that that have worked worked with us at full sail that we brought in there to run that to to work just on that show and todd techniques and and everything that we do we sound. Techs lighting techs sure so so many aspects of what we do behind the scenes comes out of there. But that's that's really what it's built to design you know. Marty Miller that directs Ron smackdown right now in wrestlemainia everything everything else when we first started marty was in in the like I remember having a conversation with him of saying I want to try to learn direct because he was a camera guy right. He'd Camera Camera Guy. Hey we're doing this exte- stuff he can be involved in that. Sure he came down. There started directing and many. He got his chops Grohl and pretty soon he was the Guy Right. You you know and you see that over and over the guys that we have now Casey and everybody else. Those are built into the future. We're not putting out less product. So right right no I am dumb as a stood for us about anything I don't want to grow and even I'm learning stuff down here. It is it is staggering. You can't be we're here at work down here and not generally learn out television producing production. All of that kind of stuff you have to really you try hard not not to grow and evolve down here because this entire place it is built. Or just that for that within the W. W. University listen it's staggering. What you can make.

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"marty miller" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"marty miller" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Of the Berkeley Local podcast. This podcast spotlighting businesses in the local community. And through this one our podcast cast. I'm your host Steve Johnson owner operator of Motor City Brew Tours Detroit's original beer to our company and I'm also a member of the Berkeley Chamber and on the the Marketing Committee and we have created this great new podcast that I'm GonNa host and each month I'm going to bring onto business owners and we're going to get to hear you're about their stories here about why they started. What gets them up in the morning? All those good things and I got two great guests at Kickoff. What we're calling our pilot it episode number one so Nicole? Why don't you introduce yourself give us your sixty second overview of you all righty? Well I'm Nicole Miller. I own along with my husband. Marty Miller we own cocoa fair fields. We are located on Twelve Mile Road in Berkeley. Right Kitty Corner from the Berkeley Theater Marquee. And we've been around for about six years six and a half years now little breakfast and lunch place serving fresh genever frozen or fried delectable meals and he's taking a picture so breakfast and lunch so we have specials nationals. We have omelets we have pancakes and lots of great plays on your normal things that you would find maybe elsewhere But I like to say it's a a little bit Fresher than maybe some of the other places so we really enjoy that. We love being in Berkeley and All right thank you. That's great. It's it's that easy isn't it. Yeah super thanks Nicole. Art Heather whilst you introduce yourself. I'm their body and I am an independent Web and graphic designer in the Berkeley area.

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"marty miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"marty miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's a great memory I love that movie seal and justice for all oh my god I love that movie it's very at I really I love all my god I love that movie first movie get this we can thank us any limit who directed that movie no I'm sorry Norman Jewison directed that movie Norman Jewison we can think Norman Jewison for discovering Christine Lahti that was the first movie Jeffrey tambour is in that one Craig T. Nelson yeah Craig T. Nelson Jeffrey tambor Lee Strasburg we Strasbourg there's one of my favorite scenes ever one of my favorite Al Pacino scenes ever is when at one point Jeffrey tambor work like has a nervous breakdown and goes nuts and starts with an plates down hallways and he's what he's shaved his head it was because he's a defense attorney and he got this guy off who was clearly he was guilty he can be guilty of murder he got this guy off on a technicality and the guy will not kill the kid and so Tamworth character kinda loses it you don't any fills obviously feels responsible for getting this guy back out on the street as a defense attorney he takes it personally and he goes nuts he goes off the deep and start filling a place down the down the hallway so they throw in the back of a of an ambulance and and that helped you know goes with him but he gives his he gives another Sam Levine who plays this other this other lawyer he gives Sam Levine this case that he has said that he has to skip and it is this this this transvestite who is who is up on charges for robbery and so he gives like Al Pacino give Sam Levine the actor who plays the other lawyer he is going to take the case any any he does not give the the right papers to the judge and the guy gets in a sentence to jail many hangs himself the guy the guy the guy then hangs himself so there's a scene in the movie where Pacino confronts Sam Levine and start to beat the crap out of his Cadillac with a with a brief the briefcase shatters the windshield and and goes nuts because his client hung himself and it's one of my favorite my favorite scenes that al Pacino's ever done so other route actors and actresses who didn't really get their start until after forty Christoph waltz Christoph waltz was consistently booking roles in German films and on TV show since the eighties but the German Austrian actor didn't enter into the internationals like actually turned fifty three when he played colonel Hans Landa in winter Tino's inglorious Basterds it was a performance that won him an academy award he wants me one for Veronica Django too yeah for it cites Dr king he won or something he won for he won for glorious **** anyone for Django yeah you don't give the best performance in in Django Kerry Washington no she's great I love her watch but it's the camera you can't really can't he's unbelievable in that movie he's unbelievable in every movie yeah but I loved him in that movie I thought he was his old I thought he was so great a very very very good job yeah hello for in terms of Quinn Tarantino performances it's going to it's Christoph waltz as hand Han's Landa okay of all time of all time he he's the if if they had not found Christoph waltz that movie would have been made yeah I mean I think I would write in it I would have to if I'm talking performances by you know in Tarantino movies that I would have to think about that I would have to think about it first of all I think Brad Pitt's hilarious inglorious Basterds he's yeah unbelievably funny in that movie gore lami it's ridiculous here's Larry on WGN hi Larry hi how are your how about eight but Golda yeah the godfather Paul warned there did Marty Miller right yeah that was that's true he had to be like in his fifties when when he when he was in now the godfather godfather first thing he was in and then obviously he played fish on Barney Miller and then fish on the shell fish the spin off yeah and then he spent all those years were people wondering whether you're still alive yeah you guys are great shoulder was to do reporter thank you Larry push anybody have a good one you too yeah if you go to you gotta love a to go to he's in the cannonball run two he is also in cal in can callin now Keenan good burger yeah he is in good burger he listened there's a sea go to you tube and just type in able go to good burger I want to play the audio because it it just it's it's hilarious while you're doing that here's Bridget on WGN hi Bridget good morning morning Kathy Bates hi yes yeah she was in her forties when went went out and yeah I mean she was it I'm I don't she's got a small part men don't leave which is one of my favorite movies of all time just small part in that but her big break obviously was I mean the big thing was misery and she was in her forties when she met Mr all right yep terrific actress I don't think she's great my favorite Kathy Bates performance of all time and there are a lot to choose from but my favorite without question is primary colors she's unbelievably good in primary colors so there's one movie I did not see all you got to see it it's great it's really really great Bridget Hey thanks for the call thank you but you seem primary colors I've not Elaine may wrote it Mike Nichols directed it I do love Mike Nichols and it's Travolta's best performance I think Emma Thompson but what about blow out it's that way yep law he's great blow out but like he's PT doing a variation is what's you know it's based on the campaign trail for for Clinton I mean the book primary colors written by anonymous it's a great movie and can't Kathy Bates is amazing and so did you find the audio of of of the goat I've I've almost got it's plain and add you got an ad going we have to do that nowadays everything's got an ad before him but eight to go to was in of course the critically acclaimed good burger a movie I adore I do too I love is so funny I love it yeah I love it but like a to go to the grave ago to get a start to Lee was in his fifties hi thank you get me to a hospital I think I broke my ****.

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"marty miller" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"marty miller" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"My friend or belong in the high above bracket. To me on several occasions of late that if I am reelected. They will have who knew some of a big of. Hi. Now, I will miss them berry. Mutt? This is just very straightforward stuff. David and Tyndall, South Dakota, David what's up? L day, you're on the air. Yeah. I agree with you on some points about billionaires. But. There's one point I want to make and this is a. The democrat party wants to tax more world's billionaires. Well, the the biggest drivers of our jobs that we have today. David you have been listening to Fox News or right wing hate radio Guaranty because a there's no such thing as a democrat party. It's called the Democratic Party back in the nineteen fifties Joe McCarthy said don't ever say democratic that sounds nice and friendly people like democratic say democrat with an emphasis on the rat. And Fox News has been loyal to that mccarthyite thing ever since number one number two number two billionaires actually slow down the economy because they take money out of the economy, and they put it in their Bank accounts, and in their hedge funds, you ought to know who's driving the economy, David it's poor people people who make under sixty thousand dollars a year under forty thousand dollars a year under twenty thousand dollars a year people at the at the at in the media and the median income in the has as our forty grand. For a household is around twenty seven grand for for an individual people who make less than that spent one hundred percent of their income. And when they spend that money. That stimulates the economy this this idea that Ronald Reagan came up with to try to sell to rubes who listened to right wing radio and things like that. And and truth be told, you know, a lot of people bought this stuff for a lot of years the con- job that Reagan came up with was telling people that used to be called the horses. Sparrow theory back in the eighteen eighties that if you give the horses more oats, more undigested oats in the sparrows will get fatter because they get to eat the outs Reagan called a trickle down. You know, you you put more why in the wine glass at the top. And eventually it spills down off the table and people sitting on the floor. Get some, you know, the crumbs fall on us. It has been proven not to be the case. In fact, the biggest stimulus that we've had if you look at the history of stimulus is in the United States is typically when you when you dial back the social security tax because that's a tax that even if you only five thousand dollars a year, you pay taxes on all your income. And and the way that Obama got us out of the out of the Bush depression. In two thousand nine was by pausing the social security tax or at least two percent of it for either a year or two years. So it's working people. David who stimulate the economy? You drive the economy you create something called demand aggregate demand. And it's also known as wages. It's wages. The drive the economy, not the savings of billionaires, David. Or hired right now. No, not true actually job. It's not true. David. You know, I'm not a billionaire. I'm hiring people. The. David, David, if you if you actually talked to a real, economists, not not to somebody who plays one on Fox News, what you will fi at which is owned by a billionaire, by the way, which is why he wants you to think so favourably of billionaires Rupert Murdoch owns Fox News, and and supervises the programming of it. But if you talk to an actual economist, you will find that the majority of job growth in the United States is small businesses. None of them are owned by billionaires. None of them. And by and large, even if you say, oh, wow. Walmart's creating jobs, well, the Walton family whose worth over one hundred billion dollars talking about billionaires, they do absolutely nothing with WalMart. They just sit around and wait for the dividend. Check to come in the mail the same thing with most billionaires in the United States, their principal occupation is sitting around waiting sitting around the pool on there but waiting for the dividend. Check to arrive that doesn't stimulate anything in the economy. David nothing. Well, they do. Okay. All right. David. Thank you for the call. Good luck Mikhail in Seattle my saying name, right? Mccown mckell. I'm sorry. Hey, Mikhail what's up? Hey, thanks for all your hard work. I am in Seattle. And I have some thoughts about Howard Schultz while we're on the topic of. Looking into his history. Oh, he's local for you. Isn't it? Yeah. I've been on the fence and trying to gather information about him because he does a lot with his foundation here. Locally good. I'm a two main complaint. So I wanted to share. I there was an article this morning in the Seattle times about his voting record. And interestingly he has not been politically engaged as far as building guard. She has voted in the last thirty eight elections Brady, MRs twenty-seven, but but he has poured money into politicians pockets hasn't. He maybe he thinks that's the same thing as voting. Hard to say, that's interesting. The other issue that I wanted to point out. This is this is a different topic. And. Us a lot more expiration. But I've watched him remodel where I've what Starbucks several remodels locally. And I feel like there's a lot of greenwashing involved generally in the company there there's somewhat progressive. But as you pointed out earlier, they've not allowed unionization of employees my complaints. When I observed the remodeling is that they have taken recycling centers out our part of every model. And I know there are lots of issues with recycling currently, but it just seems like a huge step backwards and the employees are Frank. We don't recycle at this location anymore. Here's here's what gets me Mikhail. I'm sorry. Say your name again, Macau mcaleer. I'm sorry mckell. Here's what gets me about Starbucks. Starbucks is based on and is pursuing a predatory business model. They the the, you know, basically, what Starbucks has successfully done is put out of business thousands of small coffee shops all across the country. Now, you could say that they invented or they created the market and to that, you know, tip of the hat and all that kind of thing. But because of the way that the monopoly laws have the the the enforcement of the monopoly laws changed in one thousand nine hundred and Reagan decided that he wasn't going to enforce monopoly laws anymore. We're anti monopoly laws because of that these big companies like McDonalds and Burger King and Starbucks and fill in the blanks. They have wiped out and WalMart is the is the poster child for this. They have wiped out local businesses at WalMart comes into a community over one hundred local businesses will go. Out of business. I don't know Starbucks has intentionally targeted coffee shops when when they're expanding if they come to Portland, and they look around go. Oh, where's the coffee shop? Oh, there's a successful one here in the successful. Whatever over here, we'll put our Starbucks two blocks away and take them down. I don't know if they pursued that strategy, but that's been the the effect the impact this is a predatory business model, and we're congratulating Howard Schultz on being the biggest predator on being the the, you know, the the the giant shark Kuwait, although the smaller and medium size fish, and I don't think that that's praiseworthy. Frankly, I think that we need to go back to back to a business model that we had in the United States prior to nineteen eighty-two that encouraged small local businesses if you go back to the nineteen early nineteen sixties, and and you know, I'm the old fart here. I remember this. I was a little kid like eight ten years old watching route sixty six Martin Marty Miller, and George my Harris these two guys who played. Biff and then Ted or something like that. And they drove this car across the United States. This was before the interstate highway system, they drove his car from the east coast to the west coast, their destination. I think it was Hollywood and every week they'd be in a different small town, and they'd have their adventure in that town, you know, and it's a facet you go. Watch them on Netflix or or the Amazon or whatever I even watch online. I watched one a little while ago. Just to if my memory of that, accurate accurate, and it was and they come into town, and the Bank is named after the town and the restaurant is named after the town, and the hotel everything is locally owned, and you and you knew where you were because every town had its own character its own its own culture its on sense. And today, you could be you could jump out of an airplane and sixty thousand feet and just land in any random part of America. And all you would see as olive gardens and Starbucks and wal mart. And you have no idea where the hell you are making sense. Yeah. It reminds me it's Cosco at came into a town here in Washington. And then everybody started buying their gas. They're like major major lines to save a couple cents. Yeah. Awareness that what it's doing to your other gas stations society where we only have big corporate gas stations. Although that's largely what we have right now because and and back in the sixties and seventies gas twenty five cents a gallon. What would happen is us have four gas stations on a corner, you'd have a shell standard and Exxon and a and a golf, you know, and and they would compete with each other until they had all until three of them had gone had been driven out of business, and again that predatory business model now I have to move along. But thank you for the call and and for bringing up and and sharing your Seattle perspective on all this wreath in mammoth springs. Arkansas reached what's on your mind today. It's actually Ruth Roussy. I'm sorry. Okay. No, that's okay. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I think your van tastic. I wanted to talk about kind of how the billionaires when I I've always been kind of like lower income are middle class. Compared to where I live now. But my goal when you actually if I ever got a traffic ticket that it went bankrupt. Our family. Spiral downward to the decree that we would lose everything and you look at different legal system for United looking at Roger stem, and he is so. He's. Describe how disgusted I am are even Donald Trump when they had done all these completely horrific seeing and yet people like me are people who get it. Like, I said at traffic ticket can ruin your family. And so you have a case out on I'll give you a personal example. I went to court to fight a traffic ticket a minor speeding ticket. And the police officer said told the story, and it wasn't true is to the facts of what happened, and I said, Well, I I can't argue with this because he's lying and at that moment, the judge had the bailiff come and handcuff me and tell me that I was in contempt of court. I had dishonoured this police officer all day with that maternity without making a phone call with nothing I and I was a single. Mother. My kid. Ruth in California. Santa Clarita, California. Yeah. I'm doing fine now, and you know, I'm working hard. And and be the Justice in this in our country is different.

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"marty miller" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"marty miller" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"It's not sad. It's just the nature of the beast. I'll suggest it for the same way in the NFL. We shares you notice that same way in an entertainment, you're only as popular as your last hit. And when you're no longer needed here show the door, and that's just how it is. When you're what he can't run a four four and were you can't say wide receiver in the NFL type thing, you gotta go. Yeah. And you know, and you really feel like the only people that I stay in touch with from Debbie are Marty Miller and Mark Palmer Rico and those two behind the scenes guys. And Cody was one of those people that I. Had stayed in touch. I can't remember who left. I, but you know, he was one of those guys. You know, we always text in. We're on each other's Christmas card list problem for the next two decades. I hope. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, I think time will tell sooner than later what's going to go on this Tuesday. January the eighth in Jacksonville. There have some big rally or some announcements, I'm not exact-. I really don't know. I I'm still contractor WWE through the end of March. And you know, I we have had no dialogue whatsoever about me staying or going so and and I've just really been enjoying life. And you know, so I'll I'll always way all the oceans, Josh, you know that. But now love column wrestling matches. But I don't know to what degree how much do I love it. How much how much you love to get back in a weekly basis type thing. I don't know. I don't know that. I on sixty seven years old as January third. So what am I gonna? I'm just glad to get up in the morning, for God's sakes. It having other have another crown Royal. But I have I have lessened the what a mix it with nounce ice cubes for cool deal. It's almost idiot proof. Hi, skews crown. Well, listen man sound like doing good. I I wanna watch show this Sunday because I do expect it to be a real wrestling show, and you guys do good shop calling it. I'm not being real high on wrestling announcing in general here in the last few months, not physically you guys. Because like I said sometimes I forget your own and understand list. I set my I should I should set my DVR giving that's why should do. Well, Senate for January eleventh when we switched to the pursuit network every Friday night, you can catch impact on pursuit..

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"marty miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"marty miller" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The total number of accused one hundred attorney general three now says the arrests are proof that scams against taxpayers and companies after major disasters can still be a problem years later the one hundred people combined so six million dollars and sandy relief funds with the recently arrested individuals receiving hundreds of thousands eight almost three thousand student athletes in their parents will soon be getting into information about the potential dangers of prescription painkillers marty miller of the garden state pharmacy honors association says of assume napoli gets injured there are other option we can knock the first and only the sap opioid abuse program will be rolled out at high schools across the garden state this halloween and fall will enjoy good size and plentiful punk is a new jersey a farm bureau experts says pet alana that i'm a weather when britain of the new jersey farm bureau says the pumpkin harvest will be a bit above average at going to be a good harvest for the most part one rim says the wet weather this past summer helped a lot of rain would make him fight bigger than normal but could be a good year for good five prompter he says all up work whether can also spawned disease among the pumpkins but farmers who talk preventative steps were able to curb the fungus and also xu dear away from crops joe cutter jersey one at one point five new police in a harbour township say woman made up a story about a missing child so she and her son could shoplift from a walmart on tuesday donna hall told warmer employees that her eight year old granddaughter had disappeared security guards locked down the store as hall sunday klis filed build bags with closing candy police determined that there was no ever girl missing and halls were charged with shoplifting creating false alarm and drug possession the leaves are falling but what about our temperatures completely.

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